Auto Assembly 2009
Lee Sullivan (2001)
TheTransformers.Net were lucky enough to catch up with veteran Transformers comic artist Lee Sullivan. Lee is the man responsible for two of the stories in our comics section, ‘Time Wars’ and ‘Space Pirates’. He took time out of his busy Thunderbirds and Doctor Who schedule to regail us with tales of the Transformers era, and what we’ve got to look forward to in the near future. So without further ado, let’s meet Lee Sullivan…
Simon Furman (2001)
TheTransformers.Net catches up with Simon Furman for a quick chat. He tells us what it was like editing Marvel’s The Transformers comic and about an upcomming project he’s got with Andrew Wildman.
Mike Collins (2001)
TheTransformers.Net managed to catch up with veteran Transformers comic artist Mike Collins. Mike also worked on some of the Transformers ladybird books with Mark Farmer and has recently created a piece of artwork for a deck of charity comic based playing cards – the subject matter? Transformers of course.
Theo Black (2002)
We managed to catch up with Theo Black from Black Arts Illustration. Theo has created the artwork for Maverick’s Transformers season 1 DVD boxset, and what a fine job he’s made of it to.
Corey Burton (2003)
We were lucky enough to land an interview with voice artist Corey Burton. Corey will be best known to trans fans as the one eyed monstrosity Shockwave from the Transformers G1 series and Movie. So without further ado, let’s chat to Corey.
Dick Gautier (2003)
Our hob nobbing with the famous continues as we present our latest interview, this time we talk to Dick Gautier of Rodimus Prime fame.
Mike S. Miller (2003)
Hey Trans-fans, I recently had the chance to interview Mike S. Miller the artist behind the GI Joe / Transformers crossover which is out now at comic book stores priced $2.95 (around the £2.50 mark), its available with three different covers all by some of the best known guys in the industry.
Andrew Carter (2003)
We managed to beg a little time with Andrew Carter and the Melbourne House team developing Transformers Armada: Prelude to Energon for the PS2. Naturally we quizzed them on Transformers, and it turns out they know a thing or two, being fans themselves.
Simon Plumbe (2004)
We managed to catch up with Simon Plumbe from Auto Assembly and talked with him at great length about the event itself, the guests and Transformers in general.
Jezz Vernon (2006)
Metrodome’s Jezz Vernon kindly answered some burning questions about the companies future plans with Transformers on DVD.
Callum Godfrey (2007)